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        FOpportunities and Challenges in Manufacturing for Taiwan
        Opportunities and Challenges in Manufacturing for Taiwan
        • 2013/04/22
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        Mr. Stephen Su, General Director of IEK, delivered a presentation on “Opportunities and Challenges in Manufacturing for Taiwan.” For the past twenty years, Taiwan’s OEM/ODM companies have helped the industry to develop strong manufacturing competence in the market. However, declining value-add and increasing capital investment have presented challenges for Taiwan’s manufacturing industries. In this presentation, three key manufacturing industries, ICT, machinery, material/chemical have been analyzed for their performance in 2012, and for their future forecast by 2015. Several key global trends such as shale gas development and re-industrialization in US will have major impact on Taiwan’s manufacturing industries. Opportunities for Taiwan in manufacturing include establishing Taiwan as a regional manufacturing headquarters, transforming into service-oriented manufacturing, leveraging ICT strengths for other industries, building service-based applications ecosystems, and more cooperation with global partners for technology development.

        Outline:

        • Overview on Taiwan Manufacturing Industries
          • ICT
          • Machinery
          • Material/Chemical
        • Future Opportunities and Challenges
        • Conclusion

        We are very pleased to present his presentation in PDF format for your reference.

        簡報內容

        Opportunities and Challenges in Manufacturing for Taiwan
        NO.1
        Contents
        NO.2
        Taiwan Industrial DevelopmentShifting to Innovation Focus
        NO.3
        Integrated industrial value chains and clustering (1.5 Hours from North to South)
        NO.4
        Taiwan’s world-leading ICT industrial clusters
        NO.5
        Value-add of manufacturing sectorhas been declining
        NO.6
        Value-add of ICT and pharma are still above overall manufacturing average
        NO.7
        3 Industry pillars for Taiwan’s future economy
        NO.8
        Return on investment (ROI) to be consideredfor future industry investment
        NO.9
        Taiwan ICT Industry Performance (2012)
        NO.10
        Taiwan ICT Industry Forecast (2012-2015)
        NO.11
        Taiwan Machinery Industry Performance (2012)
        NO.12
        Taiwan Machinery Industry Forecast (2012-2015)
        NO.13
        Taiwan Chemical Industry Performance(2012)
        NO.14
        Taiwan Chemical Industry Forecast(2012-2015)
        NO.15
        Contents
        NO.16
        Key challenges facing Taiwanmanufacturing industries
        NO.17
        Shale Gas development important to both energy and chemical industries
        NO.18
        US re-industrialization strategy to raise importance of manufacturing
        NO.19
        Manufacturing brand and are two growth engines for future Taiwan industries
        NO.20
        Regional Manufacturing Headquartersfor Taiwan by 2020
        NO.21
        “3 Industries, 4 Reforms” Program by MOEAto transform Taiwan industries
        NO.22
        Examples of Applications for “3 Industries, 4 Reforms” Program
        NO.23
        Example: ITRI helping Agriculture & Tourism- Making of Civet Coffe
        NO.24
        Example: ITRI helping Agriculture & Tourism- Water Bamboo by LED Lighting -
        NO.25
        ICT enabling “Service-based Application Ecosystems”
        NO.26
        Service-based Applications Ecosystems across Smartphone, Tablet, Ultrabook and Smart TV
        NO.27
        Market premium for those companieson top of ecosystems
        NO.28
        Service-based Application Ecosystem in Korea: Online-2-Offline (O2O) retailing (2010)
        NO.29
        Enhance service industry competitiveness via ICT-enabled ecosystems
        NO.30
        Application opportunities on ICT-enabled machinery industry
        NO.31
        “High-Value Petrochemical” Programto invest US$78 million in R&D by 2016
        NO.32
        Contents
        NO.33
         Concluding Remarks
        NO.34
        Taiwan pivotal in pilot testing future Service-based Applications Ecosystems
        NO.35
        Appendix
        NO.36
        Full-fledged organization for technology research and commercialization at ITRI
        NO.37
        Public-private partnership (PPP) model for collaborative research and commercialization
        NO.38
        Increasing IEK research focus onconsumer needs and application scenarios
        NO.39
        IEK provides extensive information services
        NO.40
        Stephen Su (蘇孟宗)
        NO.41
        Thanks
        NO.42

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